Definition of serac
: a pinnacle, sharp ridge, or block of ice among the crevasses of a glacier
Origin and Etymology of serac
French sérac, literally, a kind of white cheese, from Medieval Latin seracium whey, from Latin serum whey — more at serum
First Known Use: 1860
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